Bridging the Gap in Affordable Housing
The development of workforce and low-income housing is an important part of developing successful communities. In New York City, developers and investors have a long record of partnering with local governments and NGOs to develop affordable housing. This panel brings together experts from multiple sectors to discuss prominent issues in public/private partnerships in real estate and community development. The panelists will discuss their experience in partnership formation, project implementation, and financing with a focus on key success factors, pitfalls, and how to create value for all stakeholders.
Speakers: Annie Koo, ’14BUS, housing innovation at Catalyst Housing Group; Stephen Mott, chief strategy officer at HELP USA; Arden Sokolow, ’95GS, executive vice president of affordable housing at Douglaston Development; in conversation with James Patchett, adjunct assistant professor at Columbia Business School
About the Social Enterprise Conference
Join industry leaders, investors, philanthropists, professionals, faculty, students, and alumni at the 20th Annual Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good to share best practices and engender new ideas surrounding the intersection of capital and society.